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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1916 TITE -LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Taber Ties Up 3-3.Game With Locals In The Dark. LUND PITCHES SPLENDID BALL And the sun -went down and the worth shot the ball to ilrst. In the fifth Hudson got oil when Isom drop- ped a throw. He r.tclc. Lewis hit one to Joe Gillies, who chased Hudson back toward eecor-d. Then Joe peg- HudBon Btiirs came out far over Big Chief, but never a moment ceased the fight till Taber had pickled three on the nose, shoved three runs across to tie the score and had tukcn all the joy back to Bhigville. There isn't any left this man's towp. And all he- cause Taber and Lcthbride tied lit last night in the local ball yard by all the laws of the great in- ternational gamo, Lethbridge should have annexed a shut-out. It was a heart-breaker to have the enemy eat- ing out of our hands till the very last spasm and then, with two down, let them chew a finger off and so home with a tied game sewed up in the darkness. But still, come to think of it, such little things make the game ivhat it Is. so we should bibble. We biame the opponents of day- light saving for the loss of that game. At the end of the eighth the score was for the home brews. It was sticking round S.16 then and Old Sol waking up the benighted heathen in China. -would have called the game and everyone would have been satisfied. But limps figured on giv- ing the visitors every chance to make good so said let-'er went and she did. Eodie ;vsnl down short to first; Briggs passed though he hadn't annex- ed the shadow of a hit all evening; Nichols flew out to Bonnell and the crowd said "Good night." But they woke with a bang when Briggs went down on a passed ball. White got a hit and Briggs came home. Then Hudson made a mistake and bear.ed one. AVhite. having stole, beat ft home. The other Hudson took cour- age and not wanting to let the fam- ily beat him out, mauled a high one between second and right field. Brundage went back after it but could not locate the ball and B. Hudson raced home. Jones had a good chance to get the hit but the milk" was spilt Lewis "flied" to centre for the third run. Three runs in the ninth aftei 'two were down, and Lund had giver only one hit all evening up to that time. No wonder the fans groaned Williams, first man up in the first had pickled a single. After that Lund fed 'em stuff they couldn't put any snibke-'an' and'the fielders just natur- ally ate 'em alive.'' Lethbridge got to Lewis for runs in tlia second, third and fourth. Bonnell walked in the second, stole and got home on slow.fielding of Lund's bunt. In the third Brimdage got on when TufUaad dropped the third strike and couldn't find the balL He siole second, got to third when ahpri muffed a ball from catcher, and came in on Isom's screamer. In the fourth Bonnell cracked out a juicy single, ad- vanced on Jones' and came home on Gillies' single. Lethbridge fielders furnished all kinds of hair-raising sensations, pull- ing off four double plays and making Ty Cohh look in the lias-been class. In the third Isom ran a mile to spear a wide ..foul, off'Brlgg's bat. In the fourth Dunsvvorth raced in from cen- tre, picked a Texas leaguer off his shoe strings, and so surprised White who had been safe on an error, that he was roosting on second when Duns- ged to first, got Lewis, and who tried for third on the play, out. on Isom's return throw to Gillies. Pretty nifty. Just to show it wasn't a mistake another double play was staged in the next innings. Williams walked. Bod- ie pulled a. hard drive to Bgnnell who trapped it, and Williams who had gone to second was caught by Bon- nell's throw to first. The last double came in the Sth when a budding run was growing up. Hudson had filed, R. Lewis singled, and Brother Lewis hit a high one to centre which Dunnworth muffed. Wil- liams laid down a grounder to Brand- age who touched pitcher Lewis on the line, doubling Williams at first. Not bail for amateurs. Lund had fine support till darkness covered. the land in the last. He should have won. But at that the Lewis battery was mowing them down as is evidenced by the fact that 15 locals f.vhiffed Lewis' offerings. Come again, Taber, everybody's hap- py. The bos score: Taber Williams cf'.'... Bodie, 3b....... Briggs, Ib Nichols, ss..... White, 2b..... Hudson, B., If Hudson, H., rf Tufteland cf, AB R H PO A E ..3 4 3 4 4- 4 4 0 3 2 30 Lethbridge: Gillies, 3b 3 Lewis, R., c. Lewis, E., Totals Tonight Let's End That Corn! Apply a little Blue-jay plaster. That brings a wonderful wax in touch with the corn, and protects it This wax was invented by a chemist who has spent 25 years studying corns. Tomorrow YouTl forget the com. Blue- jay ends all pain. Itwillproveto you that all corn pains are need. less. You can stop them in an a Blue-jay. You will always do that when you know the facts. Next Day The corn will disappear for good. And no soreneu follows. Blue-jay has proved that on 70 million comi. It will prove it to you, we promise. Afterthat, you will never keep a corn. BAUER Mikcri ofgutglcil DniilOf., IScand 2Sc at Blue jay, 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 12 0 0 6 27 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 13 0 2 0 2 Brandow, c...... 4 Brundage, 2b..... 3 Isom, 4 Robison, as..... 3 Dunsworth, cf 4. Bonnell, 1C 3 Jones, rf 3 0 1 Lund, p........ 3 l) 0 a 'J Totals SO 3 6 27 12 Score by innings: Taber .'.000-000 4 Lethbridge Oil 100 G 3 Summary: Earned runs, Lethhridge 1, Taber 1; stolen bases, Williams, White, H. Hudson, Tufteland, Gillies, Brundage, Isom, Bonnell; sacrifice hit struck out by Lewis, 15, by Lund 2; bases on balls off Lewis 5, off Lund 4i Double plays, Duns- worth to Isom; Gillies to Isom to BGillies; Bonnell to Isom; Brund- age to Isom. Umpire, Downing. CARDSTON AGRICULTURAL FAIR Friday and Saturday, September 1 st. and Special Rates of Fare and One-third from all Local Points BEST HORSE RACES IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TWO BIG DAYS Splendid Track Nearly Offered in Race Prizes Alone WHIRLWIND AUTO RACES GOOD TIME ASSURED A new full starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL NATIONAL Brooklyn........- 71 44 Boston......... 68 44 Philadelphia..... 67 47 New York........ 55 58 Louis........ 55 6G Pittsburg........ 52 63 Chicago......... 53 SS Cincinnati'....... 46 77 .607 .587 AW Boston Takes Both Pittsburg, Aug. 29. Boston took both games from Pittsburg here today 6 to 1 arid 9 to 5. Tyler won the first contest by holding the pirates to eight scattered hits, and went in to pitch the filial game, but was forced to give td Hughes in the eighth, after he iad' fielded four runs, which tied the score. In the second game Kautlehner relieved Evans at the beginning of the eighth, but when men hit safely n the uintli Inning Maniaux went in, and three more hits and an error gave Boston, "ire runs. Left Fielder Magee of the Boston's made his first error of he season in the second game when fumbled Hinchman's single. First gamer- Boston 6 12 2 'ittsburg Tyler and Gowdy; Jacobs, Harmon, Kantlehner and Schmidt. Second .game 9 10 Pittsburg 9 SPOKANE WINS THE NORTHWESTERN RAG Spokane has already won the gonlafon in the Northwest- ern league. The Indians came back off their recent, roarl trip with the bunting safely landed although the league has sev- eral weeks to run yet. This is Spokane's third pennant in 27 years. They copped in 1S90 then in 1910 led by Harry Os- tdiek, and again this season. The standing of the league yesterday was; w. L. pet. Spokane 73 -Hi .614 Butte 66 5C .529 Great Falls 5S Fin .511 -Tacoma S'> ,487 Seattle...... 5S .47o Vancouver 47 74 .392 cinnati 3 to 2. McCarty made bis first appearance behind the bat. for the vis- tors and bit and caught well. New York............ 3 9 0 Cincinnati 2 10 0 Bailee and McCarty; Mitchell and Clark. Boston Detroit St. Louis New York Cleveland Chicago Washington Philadelphia AMERICAN 70 two innings Hiifi he nlso made a home run off Williams wlrli a arm on first base. Chicago.............. 2 Philadelphia 0 o Cicotte, Williams and Lapp; Johnson ami Haley. INTERNATIONAL First Baltimore 3, Montreal 1. Second game- Baltimore S. Montreal 17. Newark Buffalo G. Richmond o. Toronto 5. First Providence 2, Rochester 0. Second gome- Providence 12, Rochester 6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 7. Minneapolis S. Milwaukee S, Si. Paul I. Indianapolis Louisville 4. Only games srliodulcd. NORTHWESTERN Great Falls n, BuLto 9. Tacoma 4, Seattle 4. Vancouver 2. Spokane 14. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 2. Portland 9. Salt Lake 4, San Francisco 5. Oakland I', Vcrnon 3. NORTHERN First j Duluth 5T Winnipeg 1. Second Duluth 3, Winnipeg 7. Superior 3, Fargo 9. JOINS CHICAGO CUBS froo for nil, Sin. cowboy rac saddle and unsaddle, 3 horses, f ]i mile running race, free for a; coiiplp race, lady and'ge; tinman together, ?10. Second Day Tup-of-war, open (o team of i jnien, M-. mile running race ftj jgnion poniop, 14 hands and land S.T; trot or pace, 3 minute in heats, S30, fat man's rac" 200 pounds of over, 100 yards, _________ -auto race 2H miles, best 2 out of: j heats. ?10; pquaw race mil'" (Special to tht Herald) no fee. Jfr. huckl _ Cardston, Aug. great en-ijtjon: onr> niilo running; race free fc thusiasm the people of the town and! all 535, stake racp freeforal district are preparing for the r.ig SK', relay race. Hi miles, 3 IIOMCJ fair on Friday and Saturday of this Thfi nil sports ".LARRY" DOYLil Captain or New York Giants, who goes to Chicago Cubs in trade for Hcinie Zimmerman. NOTES FOR THE LAWN BOWLERS The Lethbridge Lawn Bowling club are arranging to send _two or three rinks to -iW .provincial lawn bowling tournament -which is being held this year on Labor day on the greens o the Calgary Bowling club. All mem bars of the club who are desirous ol to Calgary are requested to hand in their names to the secret! not later tliau Friday night There will be an 'opening on one rink for old country howlers who woulc 51 .578 [like to go along and participate in .552 tne tournament. Special railway anct 66 64 57 55 58 5S .82 Race Tightens Up Boston, Aug. Louis tighten-1 ed up the American League race-still more today by taking two games from the leading Sox 5 to 3 and 8 to 2. In the first contest the Browns -tools the .5441 hotel rates have been arranged for, .542' and any who are desirous of going J along with the club can secure fuller particulars by phoning W. S. Adams 1251 during business hours. The new greens on the barracks ground are being put into shape and in the course of the nest few days, there will be regular games ftach evening. Special arrangements are now being made for electric lights gjye bowlers at least two months more playing. Any one who wishes may join the club for the measure of three of the loading Eos- of'the "season at very favor- ton boxmen, Leonard. Ruth and Mays, by hitting in the pinches, vrhile Davenport kept the champion's hits scattered. St. Louis pressed their at- tack against Shui't: in the second con- test, and Carrigan called upon his re serves in a vain effort to stem the tide. jroora was very effective and "was giv- en strong support. FirEt St. Louis 5 Tyler, Hughes and Gowdy and Tra- gressor; Evans, Kaiitlehener, ittamaux and Schmidt. Leaders Win St. Louis, Aug. ham- mered'Ames and WiUiams for six hits in thp eighth today and-" added by er- rors, scored five runs, winning 7 to 4. But ono of Brooklyn's runs was earn- ed. Brooklyn.............. 7 10 St. 4 10 4 Smith and O! Ames, Williams, Lotsecand Cuba Helpless Chicago, Aug. held Chi- cago helplesa today. Philadelphia pounding-Vaughn and Frendergast for in-8 tb'3 win. Errors were responsible lor the Cubs' runs, Philadelphia'... 8 17 Chicago......... 3 8 2 Rixoyv anrt Burns; Vaughn and El- iott. S Davenport and Severoid Leonard, Mays, Ruth and Thomas. Second game- Si. Louis Boston IS S and Seyeroid; Shore, Wyckoff, Jones and Cady, Agnew. Tigsrs Atso Jump Up New York, Aug. winning both games of a double header from New York here today, while Uoston lost twice to St. Louis, Detroit lessen- able rates. NATIONAL TENNIS DOUBLES Forest Hill. N.Y., Aug. and Griffin defeated McLoiighliii and Dawson, in the first two sets, 6-4, 6-3. PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERY WOMAN'S BIRTHRIGHT. ed greatly the. lead qE the Red Sos.J At lbese A Prescription That From Girlhood to Old Age Has Been a Blessing to Womankind, Wien a cirl becomes a woman, when a woman Becomes a mother, when a woman passes through middle life, are the three periods of life when health strength are most needed to withstand the pain and distress often caused by eevere organic disturbances. Plants Hit Well Cincinnati, New York hit opportunely here today and won the The' scores here were 9 to 1 and 4 to 1. In the first game the Tigers batted both Cullop and Love hard and scored almost at will.1 In the second game was very effective. The batting of Veach featured. He made a double and three singles, and walked three times in nine times up. Detroit............... 9 12 0 New York............ 1 7 1 pcriccr; CuHcp and Alexander. Second Detroit.............. 4 S 0 New York 1 7 1 Senators DcfeaUd- Washfngton, Aug. 29.__Cleveland defeated Washington 4 to fl today, in the second game of the series here. women are best fortified by the use of. Dr. Favorite Prescription, an old remiidy of proved worth that keeps the entire womanly system'in excellent condition. Mothers, if your daughters are weak, lack ambition; .fire troubled with head- aches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, Dr. iPinrce'a ..Favorite Prescription ;s just what they need to surely bring the bloom of health to their cheeks and make tlipm fitnmtr arid hraltliv. For all ailing' women pr. Pieree's Favorite Prescription ia just the right medicine. .During the last fifty years it has banished from the lives of of thousands of women paia, misery and dipr.rrss. It makes weak women strong, eick women well. If you arc a sufferer, if your daugh- ter, mother, sister, need help, get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid Fifty per cent, of the wheat in the Tramping Lake district, Saskatche- wan, was frozen in the blossom. wuek. With special rates from local points, a big outside crowd is oxpoct- cd. Provision has been made for stork cars from Raymond, following the fair there, which will leave either Thurs- day early Friday morning, thus enabling exhibitors to bring their animals on to the Cardston (sir. The program of sports is as fol- lows: First Day One half mile matched race; trot or pace, 2 in 3 heats, free for all, and ?20; ladies' saddle horse rnce, 'A mile, free for all, ?10; potato race ,mounted. 50 yards, 3 potatoes, free for all, So; bucking exhib- tion; 100-yard dash, free for all, and Indian race, one mile, no en- trance fee, ?3; half mile running race, free for all, 320, ?15; huckins Jprmiah Leavitt. A. ,1. Stcddard, Ge TriplRtt and C. B. Cheesmfln the laf named being secretary, will oe please to rccelvn entries as soon as possible August -10th is tlt.o closing date ic such with the secretai> Mr but. later time may be arranged thp sports by communicating Mi Chcesman. exhibition; boys' pony race mile, Tim American Bible Society nounced that the price of Bibles "wai likely to be advanced'at- once European war, which has the cost of paper, and other raw jnatei'4 ial. "na.s given ss the causp The stocy or Bibles and books printed In foreigl languages, previously purchased Germany, is being rapidly it was said. 7 Spend Labor Day at Lethbridge Monday Next, September 4th BIG PARADE SPORTS and STAMPEDE AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LETH BRIDGE, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THI TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. AND PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES OF THE CITY. In the Morning the Parade Will Start at 9.30 and Prizes will be Gnen for BEST DECORATED NATIONAL FLOAT. UNION FLOAT, MERCHANTS FLOAT, BEST .FLOAT OF ANY DESCRIPTION, BEST DECORATED AUTOMOBILE, 'BEST NATIONAL CHAR- J ACTER ON FOOT, CHARLIE CHAPLIN. AND BEST COMIC; j BAND. All entries for Parade to be sent to A. E. Fl LMER, Herald Office, Lethbridge. The Programme of Sports WILL INCLUDE Bagby, though unsteady, held Hie loc- or tablet- form from any medicine dealer als to four scattered hits, while the visitors lilt both Shaw and Ayors.op- pprhmeiy. Cleveland............. 4 6 1 Washington........... I) 4 0 Bagby and O'Neill; Shaw, Ayors and Henry, Gharrity. Defent Sox Philadelphia, Aug. hit the ball hard and won easily from Chicago today, to 2. The visitors' three pitchers were hit hard, Johnson' Then Dr. Pierce, ID. valids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and get confidential medical ndvice entirely free. Every woman should be careful that the liver is active and the poisons are not allowed to clog.the rid of these poisons by taking Dr. Pierce'i Pelleta, which regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Keep tiie body clean as well aa buteidc! How to acd beauty it lolil in Dr. Piercc's.Common Sense Medi- cal Advisor Tt Send Doctor Pierce Buffalo, N Y, fifty centa or stamp! HARNESS .AND RUNNING RACES, COWBOY RACES, FOOT RACES. TUG-OF-WAR (.Five a BABY SHOW. FIRST AID (Team and NAIL DRIVING COM- PETITION, BICYCLE RACES ETC. ALL ENTRIES FREE. All entries to be cent to G, M. HARRIS, Gem Barber Shop, SEE PROGRAM FOR PRIZE LIST For Information About Stampede Apply Hyssop Bros., Lethbridge. Famous Kilties Band of 30 pieces in Attendance Admission, 5Oc Children Free For further information apply to H. MORRIS, Secretary, (Alexandra Hotel, J. M. RITCHIE, President; G. M. HARRIS, (Chairman of A. E. FILMER, (Chairman of Parade and F. SMEED, (Chairman of R. BARROWMAN, W.' HAWKINS, R. McCALLUM, or A. ALLFORD AND C. PEACOCK. THE RED CROSS SOCIETY AND THE I.O. D.E.WILL THE REFRESHMENTS ON THE GROUNDS, AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND WILL RECEIVB 10% of NETT PROCEEDS of ENTIRE GATE Big Dance in evening in K. of F. Hall, Auspices .of Barbers' Union K second fame of terlee from Cln held the visitors in check except in cover wrappwg wAmJnt oajy. i ;